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Intel Parallel Building Blocks

Intel Parallel Building Blocks is a programming tool for simplifying applications that run on multicore processors. The tool was created to work with the then-new Intel Threading Building Blocks (TBB) and Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP). TBB is a C++ template library that helps developers implement scalable parallelism in their applications, while IPP provides functions for multimedia and data processing tasks. With Parallel Building Blocks, these two libraries can be used together more efficiently, allowing programmers to optimize performance by automating complicated tasks typically associated with parallel programming techniques.

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